Nearly 14,000 Grand Haven-area residents pay for the BLP’s energy services. Each resident should have an opportunity to provide input on Grand Haven’s energy future, whether by public comment or vote.
I remember the whispers and the frantic looks. I recall the crying. Most of all, I still can hear the anguished question: Why?
A good dose of humility would probably be good for most of us.
As the late, great John Lennon wrote, “Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans."
I did it again. I fractured another bone in my already fractured body.
The Supreme Court on Monday upheld gay rights and religious freedom with a narrowly written decision in favor of a Christian baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.
When I was in school (several decades ago), the only music I was interested in came via my CD player (which was still new enough to be considered cool).
Almost every night I walk away from the table feeling like an antique, an object that once had a purpose but has outlived its usefulness like a protractor, CB radio or TV antenna.
In a surprise decision this past Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 7-2 in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple’s marriage.
I may have served as an AmeriCorps member, but the staff, teachers and, most of all, the students, have served me. I’m grateful for each and every one of them.
It's hard to imagine two organizations more different than Amazon and the U.S. Army. But Detroit now enjoys the dubious distinction of having been spurned by both those mega-employers, albeit for very different reasons.
According to the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association, 504,599 RVs were shipped to dealers in 2017, up 17.2 percent from 2016. Baby boomers are credited with the increase in RV sales.
We are fortunate to have several architectural gems remaining in the area which offer a look into our community’s past. Many of those gems, representative of varied architectural styles, are found along Washington Avenue.
Thank you to the people who aren’t blood but are family, the ones who keep showing up, the ones who give radical welcomes and love sacrificially every chance they get.
You probably have things that you value. They may have sentimental value, like a quilt your mom made or an old table or dresser that has been in the family for generations.